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New mathematical model could stop future financial crashes

27 February 2017

Massey University’s Professor Emeritus Graeme Wake and Professor Jeong-Hoon Kim from Yonsei University’s in South Korea have revisited the Black-Scholes model and re-formulated it to better cope with today’s markets. More>

Chinese migrants and elderly parents study released

18 January 2017

Massey University: Government policy changes in New Zealand and China are creating pressures for only child migrants from China who face difficult decisions juggling new lives with cultural expectations to care for ageing parents. More>

Roboadvice could divert clients: Naylor

31 October 2016

Massey University's Michael Naylor says  financial and wealth advisers are currently under-estimating the potential impact of artificial intelligence (AI) systems. He believes that the rapid development of artificial intelligence would help the industry to become more sophisticated, down to “talking head” avatar software programmes dealing with customers face-to-face. Goodreturns.co.nz. More>

RBNZ's LVR restrictions are biting

31 October 2016

MyValocity reports that the RBNZ's LVR restrictions are biting especially on investors, along with low listing levels. But FHBs are doing more deals in Auckland. Interest.co.nz/MyValocity.  More>

NZ's migrant pensioner concerns tackled

31 October 2016

Is it fair that migrants can qualify for the pension, courtesy of New Zealand taxpayers, after just 10 years in the country? Across the OECD, the average length of residency required to get a pension is 26 years. Stuff.co.nz. More>

Could your social media posts make insurance more expensive?

3 October 2016

Michael Naylor, a senior lecturer in finance and insurance at Massey University, says people should expect insurers to mine their social media accounts in the future to determine how much they will charge for insurance premiums and if they will pay out on claims. NZ Herald. More>